How to Assign Members to User Roles
System Center 2012 – Operations Manager provides eight standard user roles that are created during setup. You can assign groups and individuals to these built-in user roles to provide them with the ability to perform certain tasks and to access certain information.
The following table describes the built-in user roles, which have global scope for the management group. To limit the scope for a user, create a new user role. For more information, see Implementing User Roles.
When you add a group to the Operations Manager Administrators user role, you must restart the management server for the change to take effect.
Has full privileges to all Operations Manager data, services, and tools.
Has limited change access to Operations Manager configuration; ability to create overrides to rules; monitors for targets or groups of targets within the configured scope. Advanced Operator also inherits Operator privileges.
Application Monitoring Operator
Includes a set of privileges designed for users that need access to Application Diagnostics. The Application Monitoring Operator user role grants members the ability to see the Application Monitoring events in Application Diagnostics.
Has ability to create, edit, and delete tasks, rules, monitors, and views within configured scope. Author also inherits Advanced Operator privileges.
Has ability to edit or delete alerts, run tasks, and access views according to configured scope. Operator also inherits Read-Only Operator privileges.
Has ability to view alerts and access views according to configured scope.
Has ability to view reports according to configured scope.
Report Security Administrator
Enables integration of SQL Reporting Services security with Operations Manager roles.
To assign members to user roles
In the Operations console, click Administration.
In Security, click User Roles.
In the results pane, right-click any of the user roles, such as Operations Manager Operators, and click Properties.
On the General Properties tab, in User role members, click Add.
In Enter the object names to select, type in name of the user or group account that you want to add to the user role, and then click OK to close the dialog box.
Click OK to close the properties for the user role.